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US plans to seize properties of allegedly corrupt sports executives in FIFA case

Prosecutors have identified 13 properties, with values estimated to range from under US$70,000 to over US$1m
Thursday, July 23, 2015 - 05:50
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Aaron Davidson (above) is accused of paying bribes to Jeffrey Webb, a former FIFA vice-president, to win lucrative rights for his sports marketing firm.
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Aaron Davidson is accused of paying bribes to Jeffrey Webb (above), a former FIFA vice-president, to win lucrative rights for his sports marketing firm.

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THERE is a 1.1 hectare estate in Loganville, Georgia, that features a curvy swimming pool and an ornate gate at the head of its drive. On a private island in Miami, a high-rise apartment overlooks the water. And in modest sections of that city, eight cookie-cutter rental units

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